The vaccine which was developed by Chulalongkorn University showed promising results in prior trials with mice and monkeys.
Amidst an ever-changing landscape, it’s prudent for healthcare organizations to keep pace with healthcare innovations and reap their benefits.
A report Tuesday from South Korea's Yonhap News Agency on Tuesday alleged that the regime of Kim Jong Un had tried to tap into the servers of a local drugmaker to obtain data on the Pfizer vaccine.
Philips unveiled an integrated suite of offerings which promises to revolutionize workflow in the radiology department by addressing the most pressing operational challenges across diagnostic and interventional radiology, at the RSNA 2020 virtual event.
Thailand’s Siriraj Hospital partners with NTT and Cisco to use telemedicine for rapid treatment of stroke
In service since 2018, the Siriraj Mobile Stroke Unit has helped 380 stroke patients receive emergency medical treatment in Thailand so far.
The center operates on a 24 x 7 basis, and patients can either call in, email or reach out through social media platforms.
Although it was challenging, the virtual validation brought about opportunities for other hospital departments to participate and learn in the process.
The findings are based on a survey conducted from October to December 2020 from 17 countries.
The software can automatically mark potential lesions based on the use of AI to learn from endoscopic images of more than 10,000 lesions, as well as learning from the observations of expert physicians.
Aurora Tele-Oncology partners with UMP Healthcare to launch oncology telemedicine services in Mainland China
Under the partnership, both parties will collaborate to bring cross-border, virtual oncology telemedicine services to cancer patients in Mainland China, supported by a panel of Hong Kong oncology experts.